Vice President, Membership Services
Niki Borofsky, CPR's Vice-President of Membership Services, is responsible for growing the organization’s corporate, law firm, association and individual memberships across the globe, managing special events and keeping all of CPR’s members happy. In this capacity, she develops and curates innovative membership benefits; works with current members to build value-adding and sustainable relationships that leverage CPR's cutting-edge ADR tools; and implements strategic plans designed to engage and connect new members and promote business-smart ADR practices across the United States and internationally.
Borofsky comes to CPR as an experienced attorney and mediator. She received an LLM in French and European Law from the University of Paris I – Pantheon-Sorbonne and previously worked with Proskauer's International Arbitration group in Paris where she focused on complex international commercial arbitrations and counseled multinational corporate clients on cross-border disputes. A member of the bars of New York and Massachusetts, Borofsky has authored several articles on global dispute resolution, including International Labor and Employment Arbitration: A French and European Perspective (28 A.B.A. J. Lab. & Emp. L. 349 (2012-2013)).
Borofsky is active with the New York Peace Institute as a mediator, coach and mentor training members of the NYPD in peaceful conflict resolution. She is also a leader of the New York Chapter of Mediators Beyond Borders International where she has led introductory peacebuilding dialogue trainings for the Liberian diaspora community.
Prior to her legal career, Borofsky was a political campaign consultant helping guide hundreds of national and local candidates and measures to victory. She speaks fluent French and is a certified Le Cordon Bleu chef.